Romance novels are defined as novels that narrate the story of a courtship and have a happy ending. These novels are regarded specifically as a woman's genre. Its readership consists largely of women, and it is written mostly by female authors.

The core of the book is the relationship between the hero and the heroine. The story tells the courtship of these two characters, who overcome all the obstacles that separate them, and in the end they find happiness in each other's arms. The novel's primary focus is on the presentation of the characters’ emotions. The story is usually told from the heroine's point of view, either in first or third person.

The narrative is driven forward by the barriers between the two lovers. According to Pamela ...

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